posted on Nov, 30 2017 @ 03:15 PM
a reply to: paraphi
Sorry Paraphi, but I am looking for some sort of leads to the long term affects of cyanide poisoning.
I was aware of the cyanide the week after the fire.
If you read what I posted there is damage to the CNS when somebody has inhaled or ingested cyanide. The possibility of death from it is dependent on
immediate medical attention. However, if not treated, rather like firemen who are constantly exposed to cyanide, will/can develop heart problems over
a period of time. This is a well documented fact.
There were thousands of people who were exposed to the cyanide that day, and as firemen have confirmed to me, their readings were "off the scale".
Of course trauma leaves mental scars, nobody is denying that, and I and the team are helping them with this. But we are also now seeing developments
of physical problems that are also seen in exposure to cyanide gas.